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, bob beckel, andrea tantaros and brian kilmeade. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: president obama delivered his fifth "state of the union." the grand entrance by the rockstar in chief, bipartisan bowing and patting each other on the back as they barrel toward armageddon was a spectacle. the president thinks he knows what is best for us. i think he sees himself as a father figure, in a cool way. like this guy. >> i'm a cool dad. that is my bang. >> ♪ we're all in this together ♪ ♪ yes, we are ♪ we're all stars ♪ of something you know it >> eric: sorry, mr. president, that is not how i see it, sir. i can see it like chick bike riding girlie arm dad that whines and nags and whines and nags. >> so let's be clear. common sense reform. minimum wage and our fair share. manufacturered crisis. >> gun violence. >> climate change. immigration reform. >> bob, haven't the american people heard this song enough played over and over and over again? >> bob: what happened to you? did you take a big hit of red bull or something? nose spray. that is right
tantaros with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino, on loan from bill o'reilly the one and only jesse waters. it's 5:00 in new york city. move your hand, waters. this is "the five"! ♪ ♪ president obama was back in his hometown pushing for gun control. the president spoke in chicago where the skyrocketing murder rate is now as bad as the al capone gap land days soft far this year there have been 44 only side44homicide compared ton there were 26. eric, you were born and raised in chicago. this problem got out of hand. in the first five hour, i talked cops on the ground who say there are not enough force. the civil rights groups are out of control. do you think what the president said will have any effect? >> eric: give president obama credit for going to chicago. why are you going, making tour of rounds and bypass chicago. he is in chicago where the murder rate is higher than any other major city in murder. more than double from say 20, 25 years ago. the rate, bob. number, 508 homicides last year on pace to break the record this year. there is hand gun ban. you not allowed to carry
night. >> eric: hello. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: the shooter who killed usama bin laden has spoken but what he is saying may surprise you. look, bin laden is dead and america is safer. the guy who hit him is out of work and struggling to feed his family. cautious and careful not to leak secrets or put the country at risk. he is broke. he served 16 years in the navy, not 20 years to earn a pension and he is thrown out of the healthcare system because his 180 days ran out. some people can cash in on the kill. "zero dark thirty" for example. >> 100%. >> we will never find him. ♪ ♪ >> he is one of them. >> eric: that film is grossing $100 million. is it fair that the guy with deployments and 30 plus kills including bin laden is struggling to put football and healthcare for his wife and -- food and healthcare on the table for his wife and kids? should this be how we treat heroes? you're shaking your head. crazy. >> andrea: c'mon. if zero dark 30 wins, this is the best
>> dana: hello, everyone. i'm dana perino with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling, brian kilmeade. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: it's being called the trip from h-e-l-l. carnival ship has been floating without power for four days and is inching toward land after the engine room caught fire on sunday. there has been update from the cruise line on when it is supposed to arrive in mobile, alabama. >> our estimate based on everything we know now is that time frame from now until the cruise terminal will be pl 7 to 10 hours. once the ship ties up, we estimate it will take four to five hours to complete demarcation of all the guests off the ship. >> dana: there are more than 4,000 people on board the disabled vessel. passengers say it's been a complete nightmare to say the least. >> our biggest challenge was the whole bathroom situation. >> how worried are you about the health risks? >> we are all very worried about that. >> comment like bring out the food. there is no bathroom at all. it's very crowded. so we are all hot and there is no air.
it as being that different. >> okay. now, bob, did you like any of his ideas? >> i thought it was one of the more disgraceful performances i've ever seen. >> why disgraceful. >> because people come together to honor the god as they know him. it's a prayer breakfast, it's spoaft tsupposed to be by patte. it's not a police t place to gie political statements. it was a disgrace. his bible quotes were wrong. this guy ought t to go back and take care of babies. that's a nice thing that he does. i'm telling you. i thought it was inappropriate, it was mean, and so far out of place i can't believe it. >> it sounds like you're objecting to where he made his comments versus the content. >> i think his ideas are screwy, too. >> the point is don't speak at c pac. if you have an opportunity and the president is there and you don't take that opportunity, you're a coward. more doctors believe what carson is saying. every survey shows that every actual practicing physician hates obama care. they're pet fied of it. >> at a prayer breakfast? >> where has president obama showed up that wasn't the home t
't see it as that different. >> bob, did you like any of his ideas? >> i thought it was disgraceful performance -- >> why disgraceful? >> people come together to honor the god as they know him. this is a prayer breakfast. it is supposed to be one of the few bipartisan things in washington. if he wants to give a political statement, c-pac has a meeting 2 months down the road. it was a disgrace. his bible quotes were wrong. this guy ought to go back and take care of babies. that's a nice thing he does. but i thought it was inappropriate, it was mean and so far out of place -- >> it sounds like you were objecting to where he made -- >> i did -- >> first of all -- >> i think his ideas are screwy, too. >> the point is, don't speak at c-pac, if have you an opportunity and the president is there and you don't take the opportunity, you are a coward. and more doctors believe what carson is saying. every survey shows that every practicing physician hates obamacare. they are petrified of it. >> why has president obama showed up that wasn't a home turf for him, ever? >> that's not the point. >>
, but this is exactly the wrong place to do it. >> i called cal thomas after he you and he said, i told bob that to make him happy. you know who agreed with carson, paul crugman, speaking in a synagogue. they asked him about the death crisis, he said debt panels and sales taxes. he said what carson said the. >> right. let's listen to another piece of sound from dr. carson and this is about taxes. >> you make $10 billion, you put in $1 billion. you make $10, you put in $1. >> some people say, well that's not fair because it doesn't hurt the guy who made $10 billion as much as the guy made -- 10. where does it say have you to hurt the guy? he put $1 billion in the pot. >> he's a free market guy. >> how do we solve the problem? clearly we have a spending problem. one of the ways to solve the whole thing is go to the fair tax. it's time to start really looking at a national sales tax on everything that is sold and eliminate the income tax. get rid of t. the fair tax proposal, 23% of every sale. what do we do? get rid of the irs and income taxes. go to a use tax. you want this? you pay the tax on it. >> that
agree with bob, this is not what they're saying. it's much more expansive than that. the code pink protesters who i give them credit for not holding the president to a double standard this time of the they stood up and said, wait a minute u killed and it wasn't al-awlaki alone. it was his son who was 16 years old, even the "new york times" this week did a piece on a cleric that was against al-qaeda, that was arguing with al-qaeda under a tree, fighting them, and a drone came in and blew him up as well. so this policy is so expansive, that's what they have to be clearer on because this is a huge power grab that is not legal or constitutional. >> you can be against water boarding and in favor of drones, but not in favor of drones indiscriminately used against american citizens without intelligence. >> correct. >> what if you have the drone through the water boarding? >> you can be against water boarding, but in favor killing the same human being? don't water board them, but it's okay to kill them? one case you had somebody -- >> khalid sheikh mohammed, we shouldn't have water board h
this way. wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are tracking live doppler radar. bob? >> and radar is now pretty active. take a look. we have got a front going through the region as we speak. temperatures in the 50s behind it. 40s and 30s. and we're getting snow out of portions of west virginia. tonight, we'll start seeing colder temperatures drop in our region. and we'll probably see some of those rain showers mixing with and eventually changing to snow showers. still at 54, at last report. 40 out in hagerstown. and 33 in oakland. south of us, generally in the 50s. during the day tomorrow, colder air coming in. low pressure across southern areas. may give us a little backlash, snow. late tonight and perhaps again tomorrow, with colder air, we could see some small accumulations. tim has a look at that. tim? >> well, as bob just showed you, the storm is going to strengthen offshore. so with the dynamics means, pulls in moisture, kicks off the cold air. what it means for the state as a
is live with extensive first warning weather coverage. meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are tracking storm. christie ileto and bob turk. and marley hall is in connecticut, bracing for the storm. let's go first to bob and tim. >> this storm was off the carolina coast. then moved off the new jersey coast. just too far away from our region. except for rain on the eastern shore. in fact, salisbury picked up almost 1.75 inches rain. low pressure now, heading up toward east of nantucket. heavy precip out of the ocean. that's all rain snow line now from new york to easton, providence, rhode island. some of those bands may drop 2 to 3 inches of snow in an hour. in our region, we will see wind out of this system once it passes, with wind gusts over 40 miles an hour possible across north central portions of maryland. and the shenandoah valley to the west of us. that's in effect from late tonight, through tomorrow morning. but temperature-wise, we're still in the 30s. 37. 37 in elkton. it's warmer to the south. cold spot, oakland with shower
don't see it as being that i different. >> bob, did you like any of his ideas?f >> i thought it was moreis disgraceful performances i have everpe seen? >> why? >> because people come together to honor the godle as they know him. this is a prayer breakfast. it's supposed to be one of the few things that's bipartisan. it's not a place to give political statements. if he wants to do that, cpac has meeting two months down the road. he ought to go back and take care of babies. i'm 'tilling you, i thought it was. inappropriate. it was mean t and it was just so far out of place. >> it sounds like you were objecting to where he made the comments. >> i think his ideas are screwy, too. >> point is, don't speak at cpac. if you have an opportunity s and the president is there and you y don't take that opportunity, you're a coward. let's face it, more actual doctors believe what carson is saying. every survey s shows that every actual practicing physician hates h obamacare. they're petrified of it. that's because they're all -- >> at a prayer breakfast? >> where is president obama showed
and another blast of winter weather is likely headed this way. bob will have details coming up in the forecast. >>> so close but so far. the cruise nightmare is almost over for 4000 people stranded for days in squalor and little food or electricity. here's a live look right now at the carnival triumph where passengers are allowed to get off ship. >> reporter: passengers wave from the deck as it pulled into port ending a miserable week at sea. next up for them, the wait to step on to dry land. >> because of the lack of power aboard the ship, the demarcation process could take 4-5 hours. >> reporter: the triumph set out last thursday for a four- day cruise. that changed sunday when an engine fire knocked out power. one of the passengers say conditions deteriorated quickly. >> really bad part was there was no running water and toilets for almost the first 30 hours. once they finally did get running water, the toilets only worked in certain places. >> reporter: carnival released for buss to carry passengers to new orleans or houston and galvest
sleet. what about snow? and there's a look outside. wjz is live. meteorologist tim williams and bob turk are updating the forecast for us. >> all depends on temperatures, elevation. higher up you are. you're going to see snowflakes. even seeing some here on tv hill. south and east, it's primarily light rain. and snow, northwest of d.c. that's going to move into montgomery county. frederick, carol and baltimore county shortly. if you're going out this evening, you will encounter some frozen precip. although the ground is warm. in fact, temperatures are still well above freezing. we have an advisory for winter weather conditions up in cecil county until about 3:00 in the morning. and far western maryland as well where they're going to get higher amounts of that frozen stuff. and it has dropped. 34, hagerstown. 34 in oakland. still 42 in elkton. we're down to 38. it's going to take a while for anything to accumulate. because it's just going to melt. tim has a look at what we generally expect across the region, if it continues and it continues to
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. >> schieffer: bob, companies are not all that keen on telling us when they are attacked. and in fact american businesses are being attacked. >> well, in big terms. chairman rogers said i think newscast this is a great pillaging of wealth. it's hard to put a number on it. some estimates $250 billion a year, up to i think chairman rogers' bill says $400 billion a year. the reason this goes on, bob is because-- let's say you're company a, you have to report to stockholders, you have constituents, you have competitors. you don't want to come out full face and say look my systemes were attacked because it suggests you might be vulnerable. to protect a competitive edge these companies i'm afraid to say are writing off these losses. >> schieffer: what are some of the things they do to these companies? >> a major paint manufacturer lost formulas. the chinese are replicating these products products about as a matter of fact they can and we're not doing very much about it. this is the first of what could be a very, very big problem if they turn this pillaging of wealth into attacking key systems. >> tw
women and reducing the risk of autism. [ male announcer ] this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day, taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, bob can eat the healthy foods he likes. do
. >>> a rather dreary monday to start out the week. it's cloudy but mild. bob turk and bernadette woods are updating the temperatures for us. >> our normal high is in the 40s. take a look at the numbers they just jumped one degrees, 53 in oakland. but they had sun. 50 in pax river, ocean city at 54. temperatures right now running 14 degrees warmer than yesterday. 20degrees warmer in cumberland and 23 degrees warmer in patuxin. tomorrow will be cooler but we'll see a lot of sunshine on tap on your tuesday. so how have we done rain wise? >> we're going to bring you up to date on our numbers. for the season we're at 4.6 inches. last season for the entire season, we only received 1.8- inches of snow. the average around baltimore is 20.1-inches and most of us will never forget the record season just three years ago of 77- inches. whether you liked that season or didn't like it. we are way below even our average but we do have two chances for snow coming this week. we'll have that forecast coming up. back inside. >> keep them small. please. >>> mayor
thing. >> time for today's trivia. [ male announcer ] this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, bob can eat the healthy foods h
and bob turk. >>> sunny, warm afternoon. believe it or not, we have a warm day setting up for tomorrow. right now, radar is clear around here. but temperatures are slowly clearing out. 34 in oakland. there will be a front, approaching us late tomorrow night. but ahead of it, very mild air. probably over 50 degrees tomorrow. tomorrow night, the clouds build back. maybe rain showers. and early on saturday, maybe 2:00, 3:00 in the morning. or 5:00, 6:00, 7:00 a.m. saturday, we'll see it transition to some snow. could see smaller accumulation once again as it gets colder progressively throughout the day and weekend. tim has a look at the rainfall we've had this year. >> tomorrow is the 15th. and we are keeping track of the precipitation and the amount of moisture moving through. and we have to phrase it that way because these are all coming through. an inch of snow. a little rain, sleet. coming through with rain. the best way to measure it is with moisture. sitting currently at 6.43 inches of moisture. precipitation total. we are normally at about 4
a few hours, believe it or not. wjz's first warn weather team. meteorologist bob turk. they're tracking live doppler radar. >> probably getting people scratching heads. the ground is on streets are on. it's probably only going to stick on the lawns and trees. here's radar. we have rain activity. just west of us. probably around 6:30 to 7:00. we'll see rain into the baltimore region. but temperatures are still very warm. 55 in easton. as you head west. hagerstown is rainy now. and 40 degrees. dropped some 15 degrees there. 30, light snow flurry activity in oakland now. ask that will continue and they may see -- see accumulations during the day saturday, low pressure passing to the southeast. may kick in a little extra moisture. may see? more showers in the afternoon. sort of like a second round. and on the lower eastern shore, even southern jersey, around ocean city and salisbury. could see a burst of snow late in the day on saturday. with more on that, tim williams has the look at the forecast. >>> bob showed you the dynamics and how
. meteorologist tim williams is out back. but first, let's start with bob in the weather center. bob? >> this morning, clear skies. temperatures dropped to 30 degrees. anything that was left on the roadways that was untreated or walkways was able to freeze. that's what caused the problems early this morning. right now, generally clear skies and milder air beginning to move in, particularly during the day tomorrow. but there's yet another system that will approach us tomorrow night. 47 now. 48 in d.c. 32 in oakland. dew point is low. 25 degrees. but tomorrow afternoon, we'll watch some clouds move in. very mild day. tomorrow night, a cold front will approach us. it will cross the region. and we expect to see rain and then snow showers in the region on saturday morning. may even accumulate, an inch or so in some areas. and it will get progressively colder throughout the weekend. tim is in the outback. tim has a look at the rainfall amounts we've had so far this year. tim? >> we talk about how these storms have come through, one after the other.
'll ask top names like bob lutz, obama supporter robert wolfe, and many more. >>> speaking of government meddling, red flags up again about obama care. killing jobs, even government jobs. one of the nation's most prominent surgeons told president obama to his face at last week's national prayer breakfast that he has a much better idea nap surgeon is going to join us this evening. "the kudlow report" begins right now. >>> first up, call it the marijuana shocker. the pope is stepping down. pope benedict xvi announced his decision this morning saying he no longer has the strength to carry on with his mission as the leader of the 1.2 billion catholics around the world. here now is news vatican analyst george wiegel. and spokeswoman kathy ruse, now with the family research council. good to see you. i'm not kidding. i think this is the most profound act of humility and something that everybody in the world can learn from. your take? >> i think that's right, larry. this is a man of faith. he's a real disciple of jesus christ. he wants to serve. and when he can no longer serve in the way he's be
and international studies. and our own justice department correspondent bob orr. for analysis weal talk with kevin merida, managing editor of the "washington post." and david leonhardt, washington bob orro cheat "new york times." it's cold outside but getting warmer inside because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning again. well, the blizzard 2013 may have set records in some areas for snowfall. five states received over two and a half feet of snow. 40 million people in the region have been affected. over 350,000 are still without power in the northeast. and so far, eight deathhave been attributed to the storm. it is bound to get worse as weather forecasters tell us another storm is on the way. massachusetts is among the states who were hardest hit and we're joined now by the massachusetts governor, "the expats, deval patrick. good morning, governor. i know you're in preliminarying on the this morning but it look likes will you're in the swiss alpis. how did the state come through th
's check in with meteorologist bob turk. bob? >> north of maryland, we have a winter weather advisory. why? because we have moisture headed our way. temperatures are marginal, but it may just be cold enough for a period of snow, sleet, and freezing rain. the bulk of the snow will be from jersey to the poconos. blizzard warnings out for new york, all the way through connecticut into southern portions of maine. i'll have details of the warm- up headed our way once this storm passings our region coming up. >>> the man hunt continues for the killer who stabbed a teenager to death during the raven's victory parade. mike helgren has the critical clues and the latest from city homicide detectives. >> reporter: police released images showing the brutal attack on deante smith. they believe the images show the teen responsible for the attack. wjz was there as family members came to the victim's mother's home to comfort her. the victim's uncle remembers him as a young man. >> it's a sensitive time for my family and the baltimore police department. >> reporte
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expect and will we be dealing with any residual effects? bob ryan is tracking the situation for us. bob? >> i think it is possible, they could see an additional 20 inches of snow which could break the all-time record. let's show you from the belfort furniture weather center. right now, the center of the storm is south of nantucket and moving. this is the reason the strong north winds are coming in. that is the reason temperatures are plummeting through boston. there are some reports we have been getting. there are reports of up to 3 to 5 inches of snow in one hour. 20 inches and still snowing hard in it some areas. in boston, over 1 foot of snow. look at these numbers. boston has wind gusts of 76 m.p.h.. we also have r&b -- our own. there is a wind advisory out until 6:00 in the morning. more details on this probably historic storm for new england, and believe it or not, some rain showers will be coming our way in the next few days and why. >> rain showers and 3 to 5 inches per hour. this has grounded many passengers who have been forced to find other destinations. some are spending the
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, of the national economic coast. bob mcdonnell, and chief washington correspondent jake tapper and the archbishop of washington will be with us as well. a special edition of "starting point," live in washington, d.c., begins right now. >>> welcome, everybody. north korea producing a nuclear test. the minister says it's a defensive measure against "hostile activity of the united states." and more drastic measures could be on the horizon. the u.n. security council calling an emergency meeting in less than two hours. we begin with jill dougherty live at the state department. jill, good morning. what are we hearing from the white house about this? >> soledad, obviously president obama is condemning this, calling it highly provocative. he issued a statement and said north korea's nuclear weapons and bollistic missile programs constitute a threat to u.s. national security and to international peace and security. and he continued the u.s. remains vigilant in the face of north korean provocations and steadfast in our defense commitments to allies in the region. obviously ther obvious obviously, there is
in the project as a result of the risk and vulnerable assessment that bob beck mentioned. it was developed by the urs team. and then, subsequently turned over to the pelly clark pelly team and so i will go down this list of individual items as part of the presentation, i simply want to have them here so that you have an understanding that part of the rationale for doing this was to obtain that safety act designation. these are really some of the legal implications that are there so that as you can move forward, and legal counsel can advise you in more detail. but at the end of the day the intent is to put those who have the responsibility for developing the project, funding the project, designing the project, building the project, and operating the project, in a position of less risk. claims can be filed in a federal court. there is a cap on the extent of the file that can be filed. punitive damages are barred and there are certain terms and conditions regarding the plaintiff's opportunity for recover. i mention this because after the 93 bombing at the world trade center, the port authorit
of this massive snow storm. bob turk is tracking every development and the effect on maryland. marly hall has the dangerous conditions worsening by the hour. >> reporter: blizzard warnings are in effect from parts of new jersey to maine with wind gusts up to 7 a miles per hour -- 75 miles per hour. >> this is no joke. >> reporter: several governors are warning about the clean up ahead. >> recovery will be slow, people should prepare. >> reporter: a nasa satellite photo shows two storm systems colliding to make a far reaching dangerous nor'easter. >> by saturday 7:00 a.m. the worst will be in new england. >> reporter: it was blamed for a 19 car pile up in maine. thousands of flights are cancelled. amtrak suspended service in the northeast corridor friday afternoon. >> just really stressful trying to figure out how to manoeuvre the transportation system. >> reporter: no body is going any where here in hartford. roads are empty with drivers heading the governor's ban on driving. connecticut's governor warned of more power outages. >> as we see greater gusts
david's whole report on "next gen drones" this weekend on "cbs sunday morning." sunday bob schieffer talks about drones, cyber warfare and the chuck hagel nomination with senators lindsey graham and jack reed sunday on "face the nation" here on cbs. >>> and if you've ever thought your mom was overprotective imagine what alex collins must be thinking. he's a nationally ranked high school football star who signed to play for the arkansas razorbacks only after tackling what may be his biggest opponent. jim axelrod is here to explain. >> reporter: good morning, norah. every college coach in the country will tell you the same thing, you want to recruit a high school football star then win over his mom. the drama playing out right now in college football is a public example of what happens when you don't. in the world of college football it might be the most important day of the year national signing day. >> the florida state university. >> reporter: the day when many of the best high school football players in the country sign the scholarship offer to play football a
" on cbs this weekend. also bob schieffer talks with senator lindsey graham and senator jack reid this sundayed on "face the nation." only after tackling what may be his biggest opponent. jim axelrod is here to explain all that. jim, good morning. >> good morning, norah. you know every college coach in the country will tell you the same thing. you want to recruit a high school football star? then win over his mom. the drama playing out right now is a very public example of what happens when you don't. in the world of college football it might be the most important day of the year. national signing day. >> florida state university dominican republic the day when many of the best high school football players in the country sign the scholarship offer to play football at one of the many colleges recruiting them. >> attend the university of alabama. >> reporter: for the national tv audience tuned in to watch the announcements that could make or break the program. but this year one of the country's best players alex collins missed out on signing papers and winning a
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